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It would, but picky on surfacing.
post #22 of 25
As Skylit said: it would, at least on my NP+ I can't get it to skip.

But: I'm not sure if the LOD would be high enough for what you describe. I'd consider it relatively high, between 2 and 3 CDs, but I didn't test it any further as I can play with any LOD.
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

Maybe try out a red mouse pad. I doubt it will work, but it did with the Zowie. It didn't with the 3.5G, but this isn't that mouse.

I have only one red mouse pad. And its the Shiden-Kai.
The LoD is extremely low on this. But that is to expected.

I thought black surfaces were considered best for LED sensors?
post #24 of 25
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Originally Posted by dontspamme View Post

I have only one red mouse pad. And its the Shiden-Kai.
The LoD is extremely low on this. But that is to expected.

I thought black surfaces were considered best for LED sensors?

Well it depends on the lens and the sensor height. If it is a standard lens and has the recommended sensor height than a red pad will likely lower the LOD. If it is like the Kingsis lens then a red or white pad could raise it.

I strongly doubt a red cloth pad will help raise LOD with a DeathAdder. I just threw out the idea for someone to test.

It terms of performance a pure black surface will, in general, give the best tracking on most 3090 configurations. I haven't owned a white cloth pad to test on, but I have a feeling it may do well with certain textures.

If you think about it. The "color" black absorbs all light, whereas white reflects all light and red reflects the higher wavelengths. So depending on the refraction of a lens the LOD can change in either direction. Keep in mind that texture also plays a large roll for this sensor to detect movement. It isn't all about color.

So you have texture, color (or surface reflectivity) and firmware affecting LOD. You have to figure out the intent of the firmware and the refraction on the lens. When it comes to surface texture, more is generally better for motion detection, though inconsistency in all directions (Artisan mouse pads) results in so called jitter or failed detection entirely.
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post #25 of 25
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I've stashed away the DA2013. Just cannot get used to the low LoD.

Going back to G400 @ 800dpi.

Was loving 6400dpi so much. mad.gifworriedsmiley.gif
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